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The CHAOS Manifesto - The CHAOS Manifesto 2012 is a compilation of view on global project statistics specifically concentrated on the United States and Europe. The report is based on four Standish Services: the CHAOS knowledge center, DARTS (Demand Assessment Requirements Tracking Survey), Executive Sponsor Workshops and Executive Interviews. Although the manifesto concentrates on statistics primarily whereas, the 2012 report talks about the various success factors of an executive sponsor as leadership plays a crucial role in deciding the success or failure of a project....   [tags: CHAOS Manifesto 2012]
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Chaos Theory - Chaos Theory      Since its inception, science relied on predictability and order. The true beauty of science was its uncanny ability to find patterns and regularity in seemingly random systems. For centuries the human mind as easily grasped and mastered the concepts of linearity. Physics illustrated the magnificent order to which the natural world obeyed. If there is a God he is indeed mathematical. Until the 19th century Physics explained the processes of the natural world successfully, for the most part....   [tags: Science Chaos Essays] 1962 words
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Chaos Theory - Chaos Theory      What exactly is chaos theory. From the understanding of many scientists such as Edward Lorenz, Ian Stewart, and Robert May the chaos theory relatively means the same thing. Each of these scientists contributed to the science of chaos theory.      First and Foremost chaos theory itself comes from the seemingly half-hazard way things seem to happen in its equations, but chaos theory is really about finding the similarities between these seemingly random events in an equation.      Edward Lorenz, a meteorologist, discovered this theory when he was working on a calculation for weather prediction on his computer....   [tags: Science Scientists Chaos Theory Essays]
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Atwood's Oryx and Crake: Chaos Then, Chaos Now, Chaos Later - One brilliant man alone tore down the world, in an attempt to create the perfect people. Instead of creating his ideal world, he created utter chaos, where the number of healthy and living humans fell rapidly. After the complete disorder came to an end, destruction and damage were not the only remnants left behind. A new world was begun with the end of the human race and the birth of the perfect race, which was made up of creatures of flawlessness and excellence. Margaret Atwood tells a story of an end, revolving in the time of a society of the future....   [tags: Literature]
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The Chaos and Division of Asia's History - ... An element of democracy started getting into China’s politics, though at the time of the three dynasties, the kings had amassed power through their naval strength. The fact that power was divided from one kingdom to three, however, shows decentralization of influence, which is an element of democracy. The formation of the three dynasties in China did not offer any practical solution to the chaotic situation in the country. This disapproves the imagination that democracy was growing in the country....   [tags: china, religion, dynasty] 1313 words
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Creating Chaos and Losing Knowledge - In “The Plague”, by Albert Camus, Joseph Grand experiences a creative stagnation. He cannot get past his opening sentence: “One fine morning in the month of May an elegant young horsewoman might have been seen riding a handsome sorrel mare along the flowery avenue of the Bois de Boulogne.” Having revised it and rearranged it for years, he cannot make sense of it and fails to generate a story. His idea of perfection ruins his creative side. He frantically wants the precise words and thinks that learning Latin will make him a better writer....   [tags: Albert Camus, creativity, Lewis Thomas, Gregor]
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Chaos in Order: Nature of Forest - Chaos in Order It is important to understand the nature of forest in Shakespeare plays because it plays a major role in differentiating the purpose of multiple settings in varies plays. Forests have historically been special because they are lands that belonged to the king as a place for leisure (Asselin 11 Oct. 2013). The idea of carnivalesque usually comes to mind when something is associated with forest as it is also a place for inversion and reversal of hierarchy (Asselin 11 Oct. 2013). Forest in Elizabethan era is seen as a place in which there is a distinct difference with the city as the former is considered to be wild and the latter to be civilized (Asselin 11 Oct....   [tags: William Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus, Rome]
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Compulsive Hoarding: A Stifled Chaos - Addiction can be a disorder filled with denial and regret, and is often sparked by one’s free will. Children are taught, as early as elementary school, to abstain from drugs and alcohol, which constitute the two of the largest culprits of addiction. Naturally, when one ponders addiction, his or her mind automatically travels to the realm of addictive substances, and does not consider what else may constitute as an addiction. What about an addiction affecting nearly a million Americans that does not involve choice....   [tags: Psychology ] 752 words
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Explaining the Chaos Theory - Chaos Theory Chaos theory is a modern development in the math and science field to provide a frame work for understanding the irregular fluctuations in nature. Chaos is typically defined as mathematical property of the dynamic system. The study of their dynamics is an essential part of the growing science of complexity. There are some examples that explained what the chaos theory is like “the butterfly effect” and the “pendulum swing” that show an erratic behavior of the chaos theory. To understand the chaos theory’s principles of that underlie pattern of all real systems; they research from the ecosystems to the social systems to the universe as a whole....   [tags: unpredictable, butterfly effect, system] 1025 words
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Chaos Theory and You - We live in a world that we can consider, for the most part, fairly predictable. For example, I can say with confidence, that if someone does not study for a test, they will not do as well on the test than if they had studied. But what if that wasn’t always the case. What if nothing had a set outcome and every possible outcome was ‘fair game’. This is Chaos Theory. Chaos Theory is the study of dynamic systems that are highly dependent on their initial conditions (abarim). There are several systems so dependent on their initial conditions that even a rounding error in an equation will send it spiraling out of control – they are considered part of the Butterfly Effect (stsci)....   [tags: Philosophy ]
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Perceived Order From Chaos - Chaos is the total lack of organization, and is characterized by disorder. Chaos is ubiquitous, and we humans are uncomfortable with the notion of a seemingly random universe with no discernable pattern or logic. We do not like disorder or chaos, and this is evidenced in our ceaseless necessity to categorize everything into clearly defined and explainable compartments. And when an unexplainable phenomenon presents itself, we turn to religion for answers to the innumerable mysteries that abound. “People need to believe that order can be glimpsed in the chaos of events” (Gray)....   [tags: Philosophy/Science]
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Order Versus Chaos in Lord of the Flies - “Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart, and the fall through the air of a true, wise friend called Piggy” (Golding 225). In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, he uses the theme of order versus chaos to show that good has the capacity to become evil. It starts with the boys’ beginnings on the island, to the breakdown of their society, to the tragedies that unfold their civilization. The boys are victims of a deteriorating civilization that turns them into ruthless and more animalistic characters without any law, order or control....   [tags: boys, island, piggys] 1187 words
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The Scientific Context of the Word Chaos - The Scientific Context of the Word Chaos In a scientific context, the word chaos has a slightly different meaning than it does in its general usage as a state of confusion, lacking any order. Chaos, with reference to chaos theory, refers to an apparent lack of order in a system that nevertheless obeys particular laws or rules; this understanding of chaos is synonymous with dynamical instability, a condition discovered by the physicist Henri Poincare in the early 20th century that refers to an inherent lack of predictability in some physical systems....   [tags: Papers] 745 words
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Chaos in Art and Literature - Chaos in Art and Literature       Abstract:  The following paper deals with the expanding world of the new science of chaos. Chaos is unique because it can be applied to all the core sciences, and more importantly it can be applied to subjects not considered to be science. The paper below deals with the evidence of chaos in literature and art, and how it functions in this world. While many aspects of the chaos present in art and literature are different from the science of chaos, some similarities still emerged and can be seen when examined closely....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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The Magic Of Chaos By Peter Carroll - The Magic of Chaos Crowley certainly helped put the boot in against monotheism but the process was already well advanced. Science, which had basically evolved out of renaissance magic, had more or less finished monotheism as a serious parasite on advanced cultures. Crowley was enthusiastic about science and appropriately so for his era, but in the work of Austin Spare we begin to detect a certain foreboding. However it is Spare's work that appears more austere and scientific when compared to some of Crowley's more baroque symbolic extravagances....   [tags: essays research papers] 1325 words
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Modern and Classic Examples of Chaos - The Crucible by Arthur Miller was set in one of the most chaotic times in American history but not the last. In the 1950’s a similar haze of disarray fell on the people of America, in a period referred to as The Great American Red Scare. Like in The Crucible many were pressed and pressured to give names of the involved, whether it be witchcraft or “communist dealings”. Even highly respected of both societies were tried for a mere mentioning of there name. Then those who wouldn’t admit to the crime of which they were accused they were thrown in jail....   [tags: essays research papers] 586 words
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Essay on the Art of Chaos - The Art of Chaos Abstract:  In this paper, I will attempt to explain the nature of Fractals. Both natural and computer generated fractals will be explained. At the end, I hope the reader has a rudimentary sense of fractals in terms of both art and geometry. Most people live in a state of semi-chaos. Isn't your cluttered desk an example of the chaos in the world. The words chaos and pattern seem to be a dichotomy, but fractals are both of these things. Basic definitions of fractals include the words self-similar, chaotic, and infinitely complex....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers] 828 words
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Jim Morrison And Order & Chaos - Jim Morrison’s life is full of twists and turns. Yet, despite this he still managed to keep control of himself to create well-organized works of music as well as his poems. His social life started out to be the safe variable and when he was on stage he let loose giving crazy shows for the audience. As his life went on his two lives began to blend into one big blunder where you could only see tiny specs of so-called order. As well as Jim’s life , the time he lived in behaved the same way. Order in the country was there, but its people and its government showed moments of chaos and even rejection of the government itself....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Chaos Theory - Original Writing - The Chaos Theory - Original Writing In a perfect, little, friendly neighborhood, everyone was out playing and laughing on a warm Saturday afternoon. Birds were chirping happily and nothing could possibly go wrong. The trees were as green as grass, the streets untouched, no litter, very clean and best of all, an excellent community. Betty the outgoing local shop owner, was happily selling sweets and chocolate to kids, and even helping an old lady into the store. But something wasn’t right....   [tags: Free Essays] 390 words
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Finding Balance Between Chaos and Order in Woolf's To The Lighthouse - Regardless if found in reality, both the present or past, or found in comparable literary works, the constant battle and endless war between order and chaos, emotions and thoughts, follows humanity mercilessly. These opposing concepts also take form in ideas such the thesis and the antitheses- that with every idea or concept, sooner or later an opposing force or contradicting theory will rise and ultimately challenge and change the previous state of society, individual or even in the natural world....   [tags: Literary Criticism, Literary Analysis]
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Order and Chaos in Gun Crazy and Bonnie and Clyde - ... In the classical genre of crime it is always consist of the same thing which include traditional criminals; only caring about themselves, seen as an anti-hero, agent of oppression by taking from anyone just to get rich, taking advantage of the system (for their own purposes), and wanting to live the American Dream. Whereas in the revisionist have this unique way of making the audience fall in love and have them rooting for the criminals, this is because; they critic what is right and wrong with society, show the oppression of the people, are one of the people, a social rebels, and most of all they know who they are and where they come from....   [tags: crime, film, society]
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Fractals: The Organization of Chaos - Fractals: The Organization of Chaos Please ignore the references to pictures or figures. I no longer have them, so I could not include them on this page. Thanks. Fractals are a relatively new concept in geometry. Most concepts for Euclidean geomtery, the division of geometry which deals with lines, circles, triangles, and other standard shapes, stem from the Late Greek and Early Rioman times. Considering the age of mathematics, the study of fractals is new becasue it dates to the beginning of this century....   [tags: Mathematics Geometry Essays]
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Caves as Symbol of Chaos - The use of caves in mythology to depict darkness and abandonment has branded it as a symbol of chaos. From this perception other associations are made which connect the cave to prejudices, malevolent spirits, burial sites, sadness, resurrection and intimacy. It is a world to which only few venture, and yet its mysticism has attracted the interest of philosophers, religious figures and thinkers throughout history. These myths are exemplified in Homer’s "Odyssey," where the two worlds of mortals and immortals unite in the eternal cave....   [tags: essays research papers] 1669 words
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A Novel Technique of Securing Images using Chaos and EZW - II. CHAOS AND EZW A. CHAOS BASED SCRAMBLING ALGORITHM: “Chaos” means “state of disorder”, in mathematics for a system to be called as chaotic system; it should satisfy the following conditions [6], 1. It should be highly sensitive to initial condition. 2. It should satisfy the mixing property. 3. Periodic orbits should be dense. A chaotic map is a function which exhibits chaotic behavior; there are different types of chaotic maps (like 1-D maps, 2-D maps, discrete-time parameter, continuous-time parameter etc.)....   [tags: State of Disorder, Scrambling Based Algorithm]
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Spirit and Matter, God and Chaos, or infinitude Finite - The Kingdom of Union and Joy can only be attained through the elevation and expansion of spirit which is influenced by its intricate relationship with matter. They reflect, inverse and alter one another depending on the nature of their alliance; and challenge the pervading intuition that one entertains concerning hierarchy, the superior and the inferior, rising and falling. Throughout the poem, the prophetic persona enlightens the reader on the manner to ascend to the spiritual realm via tales on base spirits, on praising and praised bodies -- thus, purveying a dynamic dramatisation of the fall....   [tags: Philosophy, God] 1015 words
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Authors Teaching How to Live with Chaos and Change - Humanity enjoys structure, from the streets with numeric organization, the times we wake up and go to sleep, to when we eat certain foods; if order is disturbed then people feel threatened and unsure of what to do. The twentieth century, with its chaotically quick changes, often made people uncertain about basic principles. To combat chaos, society had imposed a strict structure for people to follow. Society expected women to be in the kitchen, blacks to be servants to whites, the only love possible was between a strong man and a weak woman, and other conventions; everyone had a place in society and knew what the public expected of them....   [tags: open-minding to differing lifestyles] 812 words
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Conquering Chaos: The Book Soulutions by Diana Lynn - ... Besides, it’s an easy read. When you make a determination to Conquer Chaos, you are choosing to be in a continual learning mode. This is the only way that you will be able to see improvement in your life and the choices you make. This process will cause you to connect yourself to a cause that is greater than you. Let’s face it. Addictions are selfish. You need to believe in something bigger than yourself. You need a greater cause. Then, once you find your cause, you are ready to release a revolution in your life....   [tags: behaviors, destructive habits] 570 words
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Chaos and Fright in William Butler Yeats’ The Second Coming - In the first stanza of William Butler Yeats’ “The Second Coming”, the speaker paints a picture of chaos and frightening sight. The first image we read is the gyre. “Turning and turning in the widening gyre” (1), Tracy Caldwell says “the gyre refers to Yeats’ personal understanding of cyclical events in history explained in his work, ‘A Vision’, which details the theory of metaphysics and history he claimed to have received from the spirit world” (2). In the second line, the speaker states that order is loose that “the falcon cannot hear the falconer” (2)....   [tags: The Second Coming, poetry, poem, informative] 671 words
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Love, Chaos, and Disorder in Midsummer Night’s Dream - Love can be quite chaotic at times. As much as poets and songwriters promote the idea of idyllic romantic love, the experience in reality is often fraught with emotional turmoil. When people are in love, they tend to make poor decisions, from disobeying authority figures to making rash, poorly thought-out choices. In the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare uses various motifs to illustrate how love, irrationality, and disobedience are thematically linked to disorder. First, Shakespeare uses the motif of the seasons early on in the play to solidify the connection between love gone awry and chaos....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1215 words
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Chaos and Literary Comparison - Chaos and Literary Comparison     Abstract: I will show how chaos is can be found in art, specifically in literature, and analyze John Hawkes's Travesty to show the similarities between literature and chaos.   John Hawkes describes the "artistic challenge" as conceiving the inconceivable. In accordance with that thought, Wallace Stevens says, "Imagination is the power that enables us to perceive the normal in the abnormal." It is arguable that chaos, deterministic disorder, is both abnormal and inconceivable to the untrained mind; even to the person accustomed to chaos, the imagination is key to his/her perception of chaos....   [tags: compare and contrast essay examples]
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Indeterminacy: Order Versus Chaos - Indeterminacy: Order Versus Chaos ABSTRACT: Indeterminacy, uncertainty, disorder, randomness, vagueness, fuzziness, ambiguity, crisis, undecideability, chaos, are all different terms. Yet, they are also semantically related to the idea of something opposed to order or structure and organization. Such terms denote prima facie insuperable obstacles to the attainment of true, certain, or precise knowledge about things and events. After analysing the ontological, logical, and axiological status of indeterminary, I outline the aoristic logic which allows adequate descriptions of phenomena pertaining to an area of indeterminary....   [tags: Philosophy]
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Chaos in Jurassic Park - Chaos in Jurassic Park “Chaos theory proves that unpredictability is built into our daily lives.”(Crichton 313). Ian Malcolm’s words resolve the book, Jurassic Park, in a very absolute way. Throughout the book, Malcolm, spoke about chaos theory and his self proclaimed “Malcolm Effect” to explain his reasoning in his predictions. Ian Malcolm had predicted the demise of Jurassic Park even before its opening, as well as its multiple problems and difficulties. Malcolm’s theory is evidenced countless times throughout the story of Jurassic Park; dinosaurs are breeding, dinosaurs are escaping, and systems fail....   [tags: essays research papers] 787 words
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An Awareness through Chaos - An Awareness through Chaos Through careful observation the past can be drawn into proper perspective when compared to the present. By looking back at a series of events that I experienced, I see them in a complete different light than when I actually experienced them. Visions are much clearer when you are able to take a step back to view the entire picture. That is what I am now doing in my life. My education has been my main way of life for the last 14 years or so. Even though we are constantly learning and will for our lifetimes, our childhood education has a big impact on our development into mature beings....   [tags: Free Essays Online] 788 words
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UK Education in Chaos - UK Education in Chaos The British education system at one time was considered as one of the world's finest, admired and emulated by nations spanning several continents. Now it is in a state of disarray, reduced to nothing less than a complete shambles and plagued with corruption thanks to the implementation of the so-called Curriculum 2000. "Luck of the draw" is becoming an increasingly influential factor in today's exam lottery. This article's title draws on the sarcasm of a Warwick undergraduate contributing to the A Level newsgroup....   [tags: social issues] 2805 words
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Lack of a Leader in Homer´s The Odyssey - Leaders are the basis of modern day society. A leader is necessary to keep the citizens in order, and make sure they pertain to the rules. However what happens when there is no leader. Then there is mass chaos, no one is in charge and thus the average citizen is allowed to do anything that they want. Homer displays this in The Odyssey, where the breakdown of society is caused by the loss of a leader, and that causes chaos, aggression, and selfishness from the characters. Homer shows the loss of a leader creates a breakdown of society, by comparing and contrasting the two cities of Sparta and Ithaca....   [tags: Chaos, Disaster]
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Chaos Theory - Missing Figures CHAOS The word “chaos,” an enigmatic part of the vernacular, means a state without order, or the opposite of “cosmos,” an ordered state. Mathematical chaos is instability and unpredictability, often seen in nature due to its sensitivity to the random disturbances that commonly occur. This is known as determinism; previous events heavily influence future events, and small changes eventually lead to larger variations. Philosophically, chaos theory implies that everything is connected; our past actions impact our future....   [tags: Mathematics Math] 1963 words
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Chaos Theory Explained - Chaos Theory Explained “Traditionally, scientists have looked for the simplest view of the world around us. Now, mathematics and computer powers have produced a theory that helps researchers to understand the complexities of nature. The theory of chaos touches all disciplines.” -Ian Percival, The Essence of Chaos Part I: The Basics of Chaos. Watch a leaf flow down stream; watch its behavior within the water… Perhaps it will sit upon the surface, gently twirling along with the current, dancing around eddies, slightly spinning, then all of a sudden, it slaps into a rock or gets sucked beneath the water by a small whirlpool....   [tags: Papers] 2254 words
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The Use of Computers in Chaos Theory Expiraments - The Use of Computers in Chaos Theory Expiraments Chaos is unpredictable behavior arising in a realistic system because of great sensitivity to beginning circumstances. Chaos arises in active systems. If two very close starting points diverge even a tiny bit, their future behavior is eventually unpredictable. Every change in the system will compound with time, so, very slight changes in the starting point can lead to enormously different outcomes. Also, because of the extreme disorder, predicting the future path of the system is practically impossible....   [tags: Papers] 1046 words
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Form Versus Chaos - Form Versus Chaos We are all acute schizophrenics. Consider Anna in Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook: Anna as mother, Anna as activist, Anna as writer, and Anna as lover combine to produce an Anna more complete than each individual element. Alone, each component breaks down the entirity of Anna, in a process of self-alienation. We, too, are an amalgamation of our experiences and multiple personalities, yet to deny any part of ourselves, even the fragments, is to deny our entire being. Seduced by anarchy in a world where “everything’s cracking up,” we must find our own truth, a balance between our fragmentation and the totality of our existence (1)....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Essays]
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Productivity Amidst Chaos? - Productivity Amidst Chaos. The Tragedy of Urban Public Schools Urban America has been deteriorating for decades. Plagued with poverty, crime, and unemployment, it is a wonder that educational institutions exist at all. The present state of urban public schools is quite disheartening. With issues to face such as inadequate facilities, widespread violence and rising drop out rates it is no longer a question of who will succeed, it is a question of who will survive. Urban schools have become institutions well skilled in the desensitizing of its students to the importance of the qualities that an education should embody: idealism, imagination and creativity....   [tags: Essays Papers] 2052 words
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Christmas Shopping Chaos - Few events require as much skill and as much use of the five senses, or six if there is another sense (which can only give its possessor the upper hand at this highly competitive time), as Christmas shopping. Sight must be incorporated in the thrilling hunt for the perfect parking space, or in event of its absence, a parking space. Looking for empty spaces, cars leaving spaces, cars that will dart in front of other cars for a space, and gauging distance to dart in front of another car for a parking space....   [tags: Descriptive Essay, Descriptive, Observation] 734 words
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Chaos Theory Portrayal In Heart Of Darkness - In Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad, the strongest conflict is an internal conflict that is most prominently shown in Marlow and Kurtz. This conflict is the struggle between their image of themselves as civilized human beings and the ease of abandoning their morality once they leave society. This inability has a close resemblance to the chaos theory. This is shown through the contrast of Kurtz as told by others and the actuality of him and through the progression of Marlow's character throughout Heart of Darkness....   [tags: Joseph Conrad] 1125 words
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Darkness and the Agents of Chaos in Shakespeare's Macbeth - In "Macbeth" William Shakespeare employs his skills in imagery and symbolism.  The landscape of "Macbeth" reveals the contours of the title character's psychological turmoil.  Churning with self-doubt about his determination, his ability to connect word and act, and his sexual potency, Macbeth is a man at the mercy of his environment.  The inability to sleep is symbolic of a tormented soul and represents a character's control over their lives.  The imagery of darkness in Act 4 is used to describe the agents of disorder.   Within "Macbeth" Shakespeare demonstrates imagery and symbolism through Macbeth's self-doubt, his inability to connect word and act, sexual potency, sleep, and darkness....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Julius Caesar Essay: Loyalty and Chaos - Julius Caesar: Loyalty and Chaos In the play, Julius Caesar, Shakespeare suggests that a society without loyalty will inevitably find itself in chaos. Loyalty and similar traits of love and faithfulness arguably form the framework of societies present and past. Negative forces such as ego, greed and the quest for power continually attack this framework. Julius Caesar illustrates the rapid decay of a Roman society's law and harmony, until it finds itself in the chaos of civil war before concluding in an uneasy order....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays] 1040 words
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Chaos In William Shakespeare's King Lear - A device which Shakespeare often utilized to convey the confusion and chaos within the plot of his plays, is the reflection of that confusion and chaos in the natural environment of the setting, along with supernatural anomalies and animal imageries. In King Lear, these devices are used to communicate the plot, which is summarized by Gloucester as: …This villain of mine comes under the prediction: there’s son against father. The King falls from bias of nature: there’s father against child....   [tags: essays research papers] 946 words
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Methylphenidate: Calming Chaos or Cultural Genocide? - Methylphenidate: Calming Chaos or Cultural Genocide. Energetic, rowdy, animated. These adjectives, often used in describing the routines and milieu of the child, are now not as accurate as they once were. Words such as focused, calm, and attentive can be applied more readily. The differentiating characteristic between these two groups—methylphenidate. A central nervous system (CNS) stimulant, methylphenidate—more commonly known as Ritalin—is drug prescribed in the treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) ((1))....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Order and Chaos are Natural Events in Eamon Grennan’s Poem, One Mornin - ... The death of an animal is, in fact, natural. However, it’s rotting and its “scent of savage/valediction,” (line 2-3) both accentuate how chaotic its death is to the peacefulness of this experience. Following that first image, more instances of chaos are found. A walk on the beach sparks up an image of a quiet stroll, but sounds can easily disrupt that. Chaos, in this case, is disrupting the current state that the speaker in in. In his experience, an oyster catcher makes a “headlong high sound” that “echo[es] through the rocky cove.” The high pitched noise that made a reverberation causes a disorder, that adds to the fundamental chaos of nature....   [tags: order, peaceful, world] 947 words
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Rash actions Leads to Chaos in Shakespeare´s Romeo and Juliet - Bloodshed, tears, and chaos; will one endure all of these hardships for love. When people are in love, they perform rash actions which ultimately lead to chaos. In Romeo and Juliet, written by the well-known playwright William Shakespeare, one of the main characters, Romeo, falls in love with a beautiful girl named Juliet, who is of the Capulet family. Throughout the tragedy, lust proves to be a greater factor than true love. Lust causes Romeo’s love for Rosaline to quickly move on to Juliet. In addition, the deep anger that Romeo feels after witnessing the death of his good friend, Mercutio, leads to the thought of revenge and slaying towards Tybalt, the murderer....   [tags: love, lust, revenge] 531 words
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The Chaos of the Melting Pot: Multiculturalism in Bharati Mukherjee’s Fiction - Bharati Mukherjee has distinguished herself among the ground-breaking novelists in the genre of diasporic Indian literature. Her account of the experience of the diaspora and its effect upon women provide the readers with an insight into the lives of South-Asians who currently reside in the United States. This paper aims to study how Bharati Mukherjee has captured the chaos of the Melting Pot about the Indian immigrant experiences in America in her short stories and novels. The longing for the security of home and comfort of their own culture creates a conflict known only to those born in the third world, burdened with the choice of living in the West....   [tags: cultural diversity, ethnic societies]
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Limited Restraint in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad - ... Days without food can darken the gentlest of minds, but somehow the cannibals restrain themselves from going mad. Joseph Conrad tries to show the reader how the cannibals have practiced restraint and it helps them survive. Any European faced with starvation would lose restraint and go mad. Marlow notices the restraint of the cannibals, “And these chaps, too, had no earthly reason for any kind of scruple. Restraint. I would just as soon have expected restraint from a hyena prowling amongst the copses of the battlefield” (38)....   [tags: chaos, control, loss, learn]
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Order vs Chaos in John Steinbeck's Cannery Row - The theme of Cannery Row, in short, is no less than a poetic statement of human order surrounded by a chaotic and essentially indifferent universe, and this is one reason why the structure of the book does seem so "loose" - why Steinbeckian digressions and interchapters so often interrupt the flow of narrative. A wandering and mysterious Oriental threads his way through the story with no "purpose" but to remind us of the emptiness and pathos and loneliness we all share, things which render our cruelty or ambition futile....   [tags: Cannery Row Essays] 354 words
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Ovid's Metamorphoses: An Example of Chaos Versus Order - Ovid's Metamorphoses: An Example of Chaos Versus Order Ovid's Metamorphoses is an example of chaos versus order. I think that is what makes it hard to follow. There is just so much chaos moving from one book to another with barely a transition. I think what the anti-epic is trying to show is that everyone has flaws. In the beginning of time a flood changed the earth. The earth was made pure and two by two it began to prosper and grow again. This was chaos followed by order. The poem continues with Cupid being angry with Apollo and shooting him with his arrow....   [tags: Ovid Metamorphoses Essays] 1581 words
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